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Old 11-12-2019, 10:11 PM   #29
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Diesel starts to gel around 32 F but doesn't become a clog problem until around 10-15 F. And that assumes the tank full of diesel has "soaked" long enough to reach that temperature - it takes more than a few hours at sub-freezing ambient temperatures.


This article is sort of an infomercial for the Sno-Cat brand of diesel treatment, but it covers the basics of diesel gel issue in easy to understand terms.

https://fuelandfriction.com/trucking...-fuel-gelling/


Here's another: https://www.injectorsdirect.com/how-...in-the-winter/


Note that the diesel sold in cold climates (snow belt states) is probably already treated at the refinery, i.e. it is "winter diesel" or is Diesel #1 rather than the common warm weather diesel #2.
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